An example of survival videos is the highly useful series on winter survival tips on monkeysee' channel. These are very brief, highly informative video clips that tell you how to deal with various problems brought by winters and how to deal with them. For instance, one of the videos explains Blackout USA Review in great detail how to build a simple leaf hut if trapped out in the cold, using only a framework of sticks and an insulating layer of grass or leaves, another video in the series show how to obtain and boil water. One talks about winter survival gear you should take along with you on a winter expedition, and yet another shows fire making skills for snowy areas. Apart from this series, there are myriad videos that show various types of winter shelters, improvised gear such as snow boots, and almost all winter survival tips that you could possibly need.
Nature is one of the greatest gifts our planet has to offer the human race. Not only is the natural world full of beauty and possibilities for adventure, studies have proven that exposure to nature improves our physical and mental health. However, when it comes to embracing the great outdoors, there is a huge difference between enjoyment and survival. It is one thing to embark on a weekend long camping trip, and another thing altogether to survive in the wild when all goes amiss. Would you be able to survive if you became stranded on your next casual outdoor exhibition? What would you eat? How would you gather water? Would you have the skills you need in order to ensure your safety and sustenance?
We have drawn up a list of the 10 most important survival skills a human requires in order to champion life in the wild. Read on to learn if you have got what it takes to survive in the great outdoors.
1. Food: Your body requires nutritional sustenance in order to survive. Food provides your body with the water, energy, and focus it needs in order to properly function. How can this be accomplished? Being aware of edible plants and insects is a great start. A general rule when it comes to wilderness plant cultivation is to avoid munching on plants that appear milky, hairy, bulbous, or have three leaves, or pink spurs - these are sure signs that the plant is poisonous. Wild plants like clovers, dandelion, and sorrel are common and edible. However, your body will not survive on greens alone. You require protein and fat in order to thrive. Nearly all common insects are edible - from ants, to grasshoppers, to worms, to even bees, insects are your go-to source for protein in the wilderness. Or, try your hand at survival hunting. A simple snare requires just a noose, which can be crafted from rope or wire. Simply tie the noose to a tree near an animal's den, and wait for your next meal.